Insensitive content in drama Laapata shakes the internet

Insensitive content in drama Laapata shakes the internet. Actress star Ayeza Khan is back with a hot picture of the bride. The Chupke star looks majestic in the latest photos from Ali Xeeshan Theater Studio. Ayeza Khan Is a Desi Diva In This Bridal Ensemble, Ayeza Khan is one of the most famous figures in the Pakistani entertainment industry. This beautiful actress is known all over the country for her amazing looks and incredible acting skills.

In an Instagram post, the actress shared her vaccinated status with a picture of her vaccination certificate. Based on the caption the Pyarey Afzal starlet was stressing the importance of immunization and how it’s a responsibility amid the ongoing pandemic.

A video clip is doing rounds on social media which stars actress Ayeza Khan and a shopkeeper.

Ayeza Khan plays the character of a TikToker ‘Geeti’ in the serial and during the clip she blackmails a shopkeeper with false harassment allegations.

Pakistan is going through an immensely strenuous time especially after the whole nation showed feelings of fear and disgust at a poor girl known as Noor Mukadam being murdered.

Therefore a drama serial portraying such content and being aired by an influential network has caused bewilderment.


Singer Meesha Shafi and actor Adnan Malik have taken to their social media handles and revealed their resentment regarding the topic at hand.

Insensitive content in drama Laapata shakes the internet

The 30-year-old star has performed well on such popular television series as Pyarey Afzal, Tum Kon Piya, Mohabbat Tumse Nafrat Hai, Koi Chand Rakh, Mehar Posh and Yaariyan. Ayeza’s role in the blockbuster drama series “Mere Pass Tum Ho” can be described as her best performance to date. The actress’s latest roles in the hit comedy series Chupke Chupke, such as Osman Khalid Butt, Arslan Naseer and Hira Soomro, continue to draw national audiences.

Meesha Shafi wrote: “Absolutely disgusting. Pushing this sick narrative is highly irresponsible and problematic.”

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